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Founded: 1888
Designer: James Braid
Championship Length: 6,528 yards
PAR: 72
Type: Links
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Overview:

Tenby Golf Club, the Oldest Affiliated Golf Course in Wales, and one of the finest links courses in the Principality. Those who find their way to this beautiful corner of Pembrokeshire will be richly rewarded with a classic links experience. It has been ranked in the top five courses in Wales and it is easy to see why. The former Ryder Cup Captain Dai Rees was so impressed with the James Braid designed course that the 3rd hole, his favorite, is named after him.

Already renowned as the birthplace of Welsh golf (est 1888) Tenby G.C. features as one of only 7 Welsh courses to feature in the first edition of The Rolex World’s Top 1000 Golf Courses.  Having already featured in the UK’s top 100, as well as top 10 best value courses, Tenby is now extremely proud to feature as the 2nd highest ranked course in Wales, ahead of some great courses such as The Twenty 10 course at Celtic Manor, Royal St David’s and Aberdovey.

Located within walking distance of the famous Old harbour town of Tenby. The famous Tenby Links, traditionally situated between the sea and railway offers stunning vistas of the sea and the monastic island of Caldey. The undulating fairways have been ‘over 120 years in the making’, with golf having been played on this land since circa 1875.

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Testimonials

“The trip was amazing.  Everything worked out so well with the weather and even the few bumps in the road ended up great as well.”

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Tours that include this Course

Tenby Golf

Tenby

The South

Five rounds of golf:

  • Royal Porthcawl
  • Celtic Manor-Twenty Ten Course
  • Pennard
  • Tenby
  • Ashburnham